The 115,638 cars and trucks built by Mexican manufacturers in December represent a decrease of 14.3% from the 134,951 units produced in the prior-year period, according to Ward’s data. See related data Output overall was down for 2001, when 1,853,194 units were made, a decline of 3.6% from the 1,922,889 vehicles churned out in 2000. It’s a stark turnaround from 2000’s figures, which were up 25.0% from 1999’s 1,534,160-unit output. Production for foreign destinations and the domestic ...
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